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Question Bathroom Fan

I have two Panasonic Bathroom fans (FV-15VQ5) which I picked up 4 years ago that I'm finally getting around to installing. The fans are being installed on the second floor of my home and will be...
06-06-17, 11:05 AM
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Pilot Dune/marksr, thank you for the Nut/Bolt...

Pilot Dune/marksr, thank you for the Nut/Bolt idea. I'm going to try this short term as I have the parts in my home and can test it out soon.

CarbideTipped. thank you for naming what that part...
06-06-17, 08:39 AM
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Patio Umbrella - Missing Spring

I have a patio umbrella from Target and that I just went to setup for the summer when I noticed that one of the springs that connects two of the ribs is gone.

Here is a pic of the ribs with their...
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How early can I paint with primer?

We have a lot of different work lined up in our house and there are a few walls I'd like paint with primer now as they don't look that great.

The final paint color for these walls isn't chosen so...
06-18-13, 12:01 AM
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Thanks for the great info. I had never heard of...

Thanks for the great info. I had never heard of vacuum breakers until now, but after reading up on them it makes sense. We have a pool in our backyard so I assume that's why they were installed.
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Clean Interlocking Brick

We have an interlocking brick patio in our backyard that we've only partially maintained for the 3 years we've lived in our home. At this point, the joints between the bricks has moss, some weeds...
06-17-13, 01:12 PM
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Damaged Hose Outlet?

We have two external hose outlets at our home. One is attached to the back of the house and the other is attached in the garage. In both cases, when I connect a garden hose water leaks from the...
02-06-13, 01:26 PM
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Thanks for the info, this makes sense. I'll have...

Thanks for the info, this makes sense. I'll have to pick up some wire from HD since I don't have any lying around.

Should I have used this method on the other receptacles that only had 4 wires (2...
02-06-13, 12:48 PM
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Thanks for all the info. I'm installing the...

Thanks for all the info. I'm installing the remaining receptacles without the fin removed.

However, I have come across another issue. One of the receptacles actually has 3 black and 3 white...
02-06-13, 11:15 AM
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I should have mentioned that when I initially...

I should have mentioned that when I initially tested the 4 wires with the voltage tester, the old outlet had already been removed and all 4 wires were sticking out of the junction box.

As well,...
02-06-13, 10:13 AM
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New Receptacle - Break-off fin?

I'm replacing 4 receptacles in one of our rooms with these ones (http://www.leviton.com/OA_HTML/ProductDetail.jsp?partnumber=CR15-W&section=42416&minisite=10251)from Leviton.

Our outlets contain...
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Thanks for the explanation, guys. It all makes...

Thanks for the explanation, guys. It all makes perfect sense to me now.
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Repair hole through exterior brick wall

We've just removed a gas fireplace from our upstairs office and there is now a vent hole left behind that is about 1 square foot in size. Here is a pic of the hole..

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01-16-10, 03:09 PM
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Thanks again. I've just realized that the double...

Thanks again. I've just realized that the double oven doesn't come with a plug on its power cord (it's exposed wire) so we will be attaching this to a junction box.

Interestingly, when I started...
01-14-10, 09:44 AM
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Posted By cipher

Hi ibpooks, 1) The existing circuit is using...

Hi ibpooks,

1) The existing circuit is using white 8/3 cable and the breaker size is 40.

2) The existing range (Beaumark 15660) nameplate rating is 120/208V and 120/240V.

3) The new double...
01-14-10, 09:06 AM
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Split 50 Amp line into Kitchen?

We've currently have one 50 AMP outlet in our kitchen that is being used by our range. However, we just purchased a double wall oven that also requires a 50 AMP outlet.

Does this mean we have to...
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